Slaved By The Bell

 

This weekend I read an item in the ‘Volkskrant’ on how we are all addicted to the Internet (our smartphone’s). This article about social psychologist Adam Alter reflected what I felt ever since the mobile hype started. Me, myself am laughed at because of my ancient Nokia (no problem by the way). Did I resent having a Smartphone in the first place? No, I did not. I resented the idea that I had to have one in order to be looked upon as a modern human being, not cut off by society, not a hermit. Well, whenever I feel the strong social (peer) pressure of doing something that’s not necessarily my own idea, I am getting alarmed, persistent and headstrong. So at this moment I hang to my Nokia as a leaf to a tree. I wonder who is having the benefit of social media addiction and smartphone dependency? Right guess, it is not you or I, it is the big data company, the phone Company and Zuckerberg, getting richer and more powerful everyday Creepy when you think of it. I ofthen wondered why people aren’t more critical towards this kind of mass surrender to what we call ‘technical progression’. Why do we seem to be not able to control our own mechanisms? Why are we slaved?

To be honest, Artwearness is active on most social platforms. Therefore Smartphone’s of others are used because I do not own one. Does this make me a bit of a hypocrite? Maybe. But everyone seems to live and buy on social media and not being represented, as a company equals no visibility, no vital force. And I must say I do enjoy it, communicating with the world. On the bright side, it offers us free platforms to spread our creativity and launch our ideas. That is a good thing, a great thing of internet. I still discover a lot of great creativity, great idea’s and beautiful art. But there’s a lot of bullshit too to be honest. How many selfies can a human brain bare? Why does just somebody’s face in 10.000.000.000 million poses attracts so much likes, time after time? It puzzles me.

To end this discourse I would plaid to get real creative! Use this multi media tool to spread great thoughts and images, to question the world, the big data market, our selves. Lets get wiser, (suck up all there’s to learn on the net) instead of dumber (gazing at other faces). Just like Spinoza started the enlightenment movement, we need a new enlightenment to get out of the dark ages of Internet and evolve truly to a higher state of being. Just technical innovation is not enough!

This though is brought to you by Artwaerness design Slaved By The Bell. R U Interested in becoming an ambassador of this thought? Just buy this great design at our web shop www.artwearness.com and start spreading this peculiar statement

Do you want a discount? Let me know, mail us  info@arwearness.com. The best reason gets up to 20% .off

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kingofthemall or Queenofthemall

Queenofthemall – Kingofthemall

R u a King/Queen/ of Them All or a King/Queen of The Mall? That’s the question.

Anyway be your own King/Queen and crown your existence with this beautiful garment.

Now at sale @artwearness

(only the white shirts are discounted & please check our delivery
terms! & remember Kings day is a reoccurring event > too late for this
year> be an early adapter for next year)

 

British Delight

Design British Delight is extracted from an artful collaboration between (founder & house designer Artwearness & autonomous artist) Marit Otto & Mirthe Langelaan (artist, painter). This collaboration ‘Duo Ongezoet‘ was named after the material they both worked with in this project ‘candy. One of our ‘products’ from a series of candy photographs was called British Delight. 

The chosen iconic model on our promo is Iris Apfel. She stands for originality, personality, fashion and art. She was her own artwork in progress. Artwearness salutes her and all colorful people.

Design British Delight is available @ www.artwearness.com and nowhere else!

   

 

https://www.idfa.nl/nl/film/97779b9c-f2ab-46a2-ba14-73acedae5b90/iris

http://www.architecturaldigest.com/gallery/iris-apfel-manhattan-apartment-slideshow/all

http://www.harpersbazaar.com/fashion/news/a11893/11-inspiring-quotes-from-eternal-fashion-goddess-iris-apfel/

https://www.instagram.com/iris.apfel/

 

 

 

 

 

Artwearness refreshed, renewed & Improved

TADA,

Today we are celebrating the new and improved website of Artwearness. The website had a complete make over. It is faster, more functional and insightful. We also launch a few new features like: More Artist @ Artwearness and an option to customize a design at your personal flavour and more. Visit us @ www.artwearness.com.

This blog is attached to the site, by clicking on the logo (header) above you can move to the web shop straight a way.